Daily Specials

June 15, 2011 | By

How to Lose Credibility in Social Media the Easy Way (PR News Blog) Make sure you check for typos and fact check before you post on Facebook and Twitter. How Your Cell Phone is Ripping Traditional Media Apart (Social Media Today) Mobile devices must be regarded by marketers as being on a level with television […]

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January 11, 2011 | By

WikiLeaks to U.S. Politicians & Media: “Stop Inciting Assange’s Murder” (Mashable) The Wiki Leaks Twitter account posted a press release calling for American politicians and media personalities to stop advocating the assassination of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Why Don’t the Legal Standards That Govern the Privacy of Letters Apply to Emails? (The Atlantic) The Electronic […]

Is Twitter Just for “Old People”?

July 14, 2009 | By

You’d better believe it, says Matthew Robson, a 15-year-old British lad whose paper on how young people devour media is being read by online marketers around the world. Robson wrote the report, How Teenagers Consume Media, while on a two week summer internship at Morgan Stanley. After reading the young Brit’s report, most of the […]

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October 14, 2008 | By

Study: Social Media Transforming Our Influences on What to Buy (Mashable) Thanks to social media, Web users are sharing their preferences at unprecedented rates, creating a world of online influence in which many trust the opinions of virtual strangers as much as their closest friends. Mainstream News Outlets Start Linking to Other Sites (New York […]